You can also watch the above video with Harvard professors
discussing writing an argument at this site.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Council on Foreign Relations
National Security Council at The White House website.
U.S. Department of Justice Bureau of Justice Statistics
White House Council of Economic Advisors 15 Economic Facts about Millenials
How's the research going? Could be better?
Try these TV news sites: 60 Minutes, PBS Frontline, and other PBS news programs. Here is an example from PBS Newshour on Students and robotics.
Why search and watch something broadcast on TV?
Chances are you'll find something pertinent to your topic at these sites. If you do, you might see the world you are researching better--you'll see people, places, examples of the concrete and the specific detail. And it will direct you to additional sources.
Check, too, some of the linked sites that appear on English with McCabe, at the right. "NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES & JOURNALS" and "FILM, TV & RADIO" are the ones to look for.
MLA & Annotated Bibliography
Mon./Wed. 9:15 a.m. class in C 269 will meet for final exam on Wed., Dec. 16, 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.